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Student Apartments in Boone, NC

If you’re looking for student apartments, Boone NC has en-suite rooms in shared flats and also fully private studios with beautiful nature views. The Appalachian State University campus is only 1.5 miles away – just a couple of minutes’ drive, and under 10 minutes if you’re taking the bus.

Getting around the town is convenient with a car, and parking is freely available at the student houses for rent. Boone NC is also connected by the AppalCART bus service, with a route that plies two buses through the apartment community. With a bus every 15 minutes, you can easily reach the uni at different times to suit your class schedule.

If you require 2 bedroom apartments Boone NC has got enough of those, especially for students who’re bringing along a friend to share their uni journey with. The community is pet friendly, so there’s no need to leave your dog or cat behind. The Animal Hospital of Boone is close by, in case your pet needs to visit a vet.

Talking about student housing Boone NC offers several amenities to make you comfortable and help you have some fun. When you’re not checking emails at the computer center, stretch your legs at the clubhouse, with yoga mats and Swiss balls to help you exercise. For some serious workout, the fully-equipped fitness center is the place to be! Take a break from working on your assignments in the study room to play a round of pool or table tennis with your flatmate in the games room.

Resort-life is real in the mountain town of Boone – swim in the temperature-controlled pool even in the chilly winters or soak in the outdoor hot tub with your friends. Not getting enough sun? You can at least get a tan at the in-house tanning beds. There’s no need to spend extra cash on spa visits as you’ll have access to sauna and steam right at your apartment complex.
You can soon stay at these amazing student apartments Boone NC when you book with Unilodgers. Memories waiting to be made in North Carolina! Book now and grab exciting deals.

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About Boone

Set in the Appalachian highlands, Boone is a quiet town in the American state of North Carolina. Ski resorts and ice skating rinks are right around the corner when you live in this part of Watauga County. Home to the long-established Appalachian State University, this college town welcomes students from various parts of the United States and the world each new academic year. With the full feels of a mountain retreat, Boone student apartments seem more like hill station holiday resorts.

Boone boasts of diverse culture, thanks to a thriving international diaspora. This county town offers a wide variety of restaurants, from steakhouses and pizzerias to places serving American fast food, vegan fare, and Caribbean, Indian, Japanese and other cuisines. Drop by the Hickory Ridge Living History Museum to glimpse into the mountain village lifestyle of this region from the colonial period – the photos will set your Insta on fire!